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Hitler's Occult War [Paperback]

Michael Fitzgerald
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30 Sep 2009
This frightening book shows how Hitler and Himmler infected the Nazi Party with the dangerous belief that, through occult skills, the 'master race' could gain dominion over the world. Every dictatorship requires a justification, either historical or moral, and Hitler rooted his in anti-scientific mumbo-jumbo, Wagnerian legend and Satanism. Michael FitzGerald's chilling investigation reveals that Hitler consulted Nostradamus before taking key military decisions; that the Thulists, a weird sect which practised human sacrifice and sexual perversions, founded the German Workers Party; and, that black masses were conducted for an elite SS corps at a 'Black Camelot' in Wewelsberg. The Nazi's even had their own occult bureau, the Ahnenerbe, whose research into bizarre cosmological theory, astrology and UFO's exhausted more funds than America's atom bomb. Against this powerful armoury of evil was ranked the benevolent magic of the Allies, both at government and individual level. Psychic advisers were employed by both Stalin and Churchill, and the latter even held high-level talks with the occultist Aleister Crowley. White witches, meeting in the New Forest, attempted to thwart 'Operation Sealion' (Hitler's planned invasion) through coven rituals. In the United States, moreover, whilst research into 'mind control' was vigorously pursued, the government, in a shadowy affair known as the Philadelphia Experiment, attempted to dematerialize one of their own submarines. Michael FitzGerald goes behind the war's public events to reveal a hidden agenda of psychic conflict, fought at the highest level.

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (30 Sep 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 070908871X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0709088714
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 13.5 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 683,241 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Michael FitzGerald is a historian of the Third Reich. He is also the author of 'Adolf Hitler: A Portrait' which won an award for historical biography, and 'The Making of Modern Streatham', written jointly with his Janet. In 2008 he was the principal contributor to the Discovery Channel programme, 'Dark Fellowships: The Vril Society', a topic which features in the present book. He has also given numerous talks to a variety of organizations over the years.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Eye opening and thoughtful 20 April 2014
Format:Paperback
This book delves into the occult background of Hitler and the Nazi high command, and looks at all their various beliefs. It looks at how these beliefs shaped their thinking and influenced the course of the war.

The author presents himself as open minded, and debunks most of the things the Nazi's believed in, but leaves a question mark over others. Unfortunately, a little more research would have been better than an open mind. My big gripe is when he states that Operation Sealion (the invasion of Britain) was ready to go, and the only reason Hitler stopped it was because of a spell cast by a bunch of British white witches. 10 minutes research tells you that the real reason Hitler stopped it was because of the German lack of Naval or Air dominance, and Sealion would have been a disaster. This casts doubt over the rest of the book.

In short, entertaining and educational - but don't take it too seriously.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Inside view of the Third Reich's goal of world domination 20 Sep 2010
By George Balam - Published on Amazon.com
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First off this book brings to life the other side of the Third Reich's goal of World Domination. The occult has been part of human kind ever since man had a conscious notion of himself and the Nazi's put to use all the powers they could to be dominant. Secondly this books delves lightly into different areas and methods used by the Nazis to unleash dark forces (power) for their own benefit, without realizing the balance of life/nature. Finally the reader is presented with a few facts and theories of why and how Hitler and his crew functioned the way they did. Whether this contains some of validity we may still need to do further research to find out. We are left with the urge to have a bit more detail in certain areas and topics but overall I would recommend this book to any person with an interest in history and topics out of the ordinary.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beyond belief! 8 April 2012
By steve uk - Published on Amazon.com
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This book certainly gives you room for a lot of thought concerning the Nazi connections with the occult. Some of it madness..Hitler and his goons really believed in some dangerous rubbish for sure.Embracing any crackpot idea to further their quest to prove their righteous cause.A lot of people come across as demented..Wagner comes across as a real weirdo..even if his music is immortal! The more you dig into the whole Nazi history the more you realize how insane they really were..The book is obviously well researched and not just some crackpot author scribbling away for the sake of it..the chapters follow a sensible order so you don't find yourself going in circles trying to follow everything..Some of it beggars belief though..How can anyone even begin to believe such stupidity? The sorry fact is they did and allowed this idiocy to guide their actions to the point of a black abyss. One thing I find is the more I read the more I realise the less I know.I don't think we'll know the whole picture.I vaguely remember Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski saying something about secrets we'll never know..The whole Nazi era is clouded in mystery and as I say the further you dig the more mysterious it becomes I have no doubt the occult played a huge role in it all though.
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars I don't like it.... 7 Jan 2014
By JW - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't like it because as of this writing (Jan 7th) I don't have it. Ordered it a month ago and I see by tracking it that it is coming from a far off land known as Des Plaines, IL. I am in NC. Feel free to check your geography skills. Not sure what happened here or why. My guess is experienced vendors understand that probably most orders from mid - November to mid December could possibly be a Christmas present and would indeed make EVERY effort to get it in the mail. If you have it than why the delay? If you have it and there is a delay, why not an email stating just that? The once Christmas present is now going to have to wait for the recipients birthday - hope to get this book by February. I will be happy to re-review when it is in my possession.
1 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Keen. 31 Aug 2013
By John Michael Arispe - Published on Amazon.com
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The book was keen. It shows me the past's. I was Hitler in the 30's & 40's. The book shows me of my Revolution of the whites. Aryans I miss them.
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